who’s classes seek to aid each individual to create space within, in order to reach not only a healthier body but to recognize their own resources to achieve a meaningful life.
Together with her sisters, Diana runs her own hot yoga studio in Oudenaarde and a yoga space in Zottegem. Originally from Mexico, she has been living in Belgium for almost 20 years. Teaching yoga has become a growing path that involves many different styles ranging from dynamic and powerful hot yoga, family and kids yoga, Yin Yoga and Yoga Nidra.
Next to her 200hrs teacher training with Yogalife, she accomplished the advanced teacher training in yoga Nidra with Yogalife (60 hrs.), Yin Yoga with Yoga Garden (50 hrs.), and more than 150 hrs. Kids, Teens and Family Yoga with Rainbow Kids Org. and Helen Purperhart.
Special trainings include First Aid responder at the Red Cross and a First Aid specialization for sport injuries with ProTrainings.eu.
Currently studying a specialty in the Science of Happiness at the Greater Good Science Center, UC Berkeley, Diana continues her immersion in to the study of both body and mind.
This is a flow class which moves in a circular pattern. Ignite your practice with this energizing mandala (circular) namaskar flow session that’ll have you literally moving all over the place and will vivify your entire body.
Starting from a short meditation that involves you and those around you, we’ll evolve in to a gentle namaskar flow including balancing asanas that promote unity and harmony.
This session is all about sharing with others, each individual brings on their own presence, passion and practice and gets to share it all around! Get ready to get lost and found, to open up your senses and set your body and mind free while doing yoga!
We end up the session by giving and receiving a massage followed by a final deep relaxation.
A playful attitude, open mind and basic yoga experience are recommended for this practice.
“Each person’s life is like a mandala – a vast, limitless circle. We stand in the center of our own circle, and everything we see, hear and think forms the mandala of our life.” – Pema Chodron